A change for the “better”

It still amazes me that I see blatant grammatical errors in ad copy. Now, every once in a while, some tiny faux pas (like writing were instead of we’re, or only using one m in accommodate) sneaks past the eagle-eyed proofreaders or the omnipotent Word® spellchecker. These things happen. And, as a writer, my punishment …

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